As Based on the Canons of Dordt, Popularly known as the Five Points of Calvinism. Total Depravity(Continued)
As Based on the Canons of Dordt, Popularly known as the Five Points of Calvinism. By REV. ROBERT C. HAIIBAIZH Unconditional Election (Continued)
As Based on the Canons of Dordt, Popularly known as the Five Points of Calvinism. Reprobation (Continued)
As Based on the Canons of Dordt, Popularly known as the Five Points of Calvinism. Limited Atonement (Continued)
“Mercy and truth are met together; righteousness and peace have kissed each other.” Psalm 85:10
The Lord’s Day Alliance of the United States is the name of this organization. It is a coordinating agency, once of various Protestant ecclesiastical organizations, now of “Christian” churches, since the Roman Catholic church is included in its representation, It has been established for the cultivation and maintenance of the first day of the week as a day of rest, renewal, worship and religious education.
Bernard Levin, one of England’s leading newspaper columnists, commented in the London Daily Mail on November 8, 1965, that “The only thing you always seem to find in an hotel room of any quality, wherever you are, is the Gideon Bible.” The columnist added that the Gideon practice of placing Bibles is one “which only does good, and which has never hurt anybody in the doing of it.” The object of the Gideons in performing this task of Scripture distribution is stated simply as “that of winning men and women, boys and girls to a saving knowl
Dear Editor: May I submit the following on the subject of hymns and Psalms! As has already been noted, we do use hymns in our homes, our Christian schools, at hymn-sings, special meetings, and on the radio broadcasts. The place for hymns (and, of late, certain Christmas carols) is not in the worship services of our churches, but in these consecrated circles. The songs so utilized, we believe, are carefully selected according to Christian judgment and evaluation, in the light of our doctrine. That is as it should be. Still, how comprehensive is the volume of the hymns we use?...
In the Beacon Lights magazine of November 1960 we defended the proposition that in preparing for the ministry, seminary should be attended before college. This was done on the basis of the presupposition that there is in the world really no Christian college; at least, not in the strict, Reformed sense of the term, and that therefore the instruction from such an institution lies primarily in inculcating certain facts, which in itself is insufficient, inasmuch as the facts of themselves do not declare the whole truth. Something in addition to the facts is needed.